There are some seriously weird scents out there, and leave it up to us to round up our top picks of the most bizarre fragrances folks! From superhero cologne, to bacon, and funeral homes, some scents that are bottlef up will surely surprise you! Let us know, which of the fragrances you're absolutely intrigued with and then which of those you are completely respulsed.
Smell like your favorite super hero with the Avengers cologne, or even any of the Mavel Heroes, from Xmen's Wolverine EDT spray to Spiderman's shampoo in blastin berry, these may be the strangest super hero powers we've seen yet!
Love that smell of wrapping the lastest and greatest Apple product? Now that scent can linger longer with Air Aroma, a scent that is bottled up but unfortunately (or fortunately) not available for purchase.
Lover of literature? Theres a scent that smells like books! That's right, Paper Passion is here to help you keep that freshly printed paper scent longer lasting than ever. The 'book' perfume opens up to reveal a cutout in the pages and keeps a classically shaped perfume bottle nestled in it's space. The perfume's unique packaging was designed by Karl Lagerfeld and Steidl themselves. The scent itself? It is said to smell like a freshly printed book, who wouldn't want to smell like that?!
Demeter, a favorite fragrance company of ours, released a scent that smells just like your favorite doughy goodness, and no we don't mean their Sugar Cookie spray. We're talking about their Play-Doh scent, made in honor of Play-Doh's 50th Birthday, ya dig?
We'd never thought we'd typed this out, but smell like meat and seduction, yes, with Flame by BK, Burger King's perfume is a meaty fragrance that is no longer sold by the chain, (phew!)
Brining it back to Demeter, they have great fragrance library, they outdid themselves here with this one, because in all reality, who wants to smell like a funeral home. The description is pretty entertaining and seems normalistic, "Funeral Home is a blend of classic white flowers: lilies, carnations, gladiolus, chrysanthemums with stems and leaves, with a hint of mahogany and oriental carpet.”